Muscatatuck Park is one of the only places in Indiana were you can rock climb. The climbing is primarily bouldering, although some taller climbs tend to be top-roped. The rock is dolomite limestone. The rock angle goes from dead vertical to completely horizontal roofs. Muscatatuck has about 300 problems. Most people will only do the more popular climbs. About 150 of the problems are clean independent lines with safe landings. A few of the other problems may have only been done a couple times and probably need cleaning, or they may be a variation problem. The majority of the climbs are V0 to V-. (5.10 and below). There is good representation of V1 to V5. Currently there are a few harder problems V9 to V11, and still a few projects left undone. We are working on the new guide currently and should be done this year.Bouldering Guide to be supplied in near future. Nine and Three Quarter's Area (the Sorcerer's Stone)
Local developers have also developed a few private areas in the county. There are about ten other walls in the county that have been climbed on. Access is a bit uncertain to most of these areas, but we are working to gain access to additional problems.
Climbing is a dangerous activity!
NOTE: The Muscatatuck Park is being operated as an: "Extreme Sports Area"
An "Extreme Sports Area" is defined by Senate Enrolled Act 0141 within the context of affected citations; IC 34-6-2,IC 34-30-19-5, and all other relevant citations. All extreme sport users must follow all park rules, including those specifically ordained for each respective "extreme sport". Rules for specific extreme sports are posted for public review throughout the park within display cases and are on review at the Park Office/Visitor Center and the Maintenance Office.The following list of extreme activities is allowed on the grounds of the Muscatatuck Park, yet may cover activities not specifically listed:
SKATEBOARDS, ROLLER SKATES, INLINE SKATES, FREESTYLE BIKES, MOUNTAIN BIKES, SNOW SLEDS
AND OTHER SNOW DEVICES, HIKING, RAPPELLING, CLIMBING, FISHING, CANOEING, ETC.
The above mentioned activities are inherently dangerous and may result in injury, disability, and even death.
All extreme sport users must be using appropriate extreme sport equipment which is listed in detail within the rule manual on review at the Park Office/Visitor Center and at specific extreme sport sites.